Border Crisis, Obama Ordered Trump Coup, Retail Apocalypse

By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com (WNW 378 4.5.19) Don’t believe what the Democrats and the mainstream media are telling you when they say there is no crisis on the Southern U.S. border. That’s a huge lie, and the numbers speak for themselves. There was more than 100,000 apprehensions of illegal aliens in the month of March … Read moreBorder Crisis, Obama Ordered Trump Coup, Retail Apocalypse

Former Employee of D.C. School Admits to Transporting Child Pornography Across State Lines and Accessing it Over the Dark Web

A West Virginia man pleaded guilty today to transportation of child pornography, announced Assistant Attorney General Brian A. Benczkowski of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division, U.S. Attorney G. Zachary Terwilliger for the Eastern District of Virginia and Special Agent in Charge Matthew J. DeSarno of the FBI Washington Field Office’s Criminal Division. Please follow and … Read moreFormer Employee of D.C. School Admits to Transporting Child Pornography Across State Lines and Accessing it Over the Dark Web

South Florida Health Care Facility Owner Convicted for Role in Largest Health Care Fraud Scheme Ever Charged by The Department of Justice, Involving $1.3 Billion in Fraudulent Claims

A federal jury found a South Florida health care facility owner guilty today for his role in the largest health care fraud scheme ever charged by the Justice Department, involving over $1.3 billion in fraudulent claims to Medicare and Medicaid for services that were not provided, were not medically necessary or were procured through the … Read moreSouth Florida Health Care Facility Owner Convicted for Role in Largest Health Care Fraud Scheme Ever Charged by The Department of Justice, Involving $1.3 Billion in Fraudulent Claims

New Multilateral Framework on Procedures Approved by the International Competition Network

“Adopting the Framework on Competition Agency Procedures is a remarkable and historic achievement for antitrust enforcement,” said Assistant Attorney General Makan Delrahim of the Antitrust Division. “It sends a clear signal that competition agencies across the globe – despite differences in their structures and proceedings, as well as the legal systems in which they operate … Read moreNew Multilateral Framework on Procedures Approved by the International Competition Network

Deputy Assistant Attorney General Richard W. Downing Delivers Remarks at the Academy of European Law Conference on “Prospects for Transatlantic Cooperation on the Transfer of Electronic Evidence to Promote Public Safety”

With the CLOUD Act, the U.S. Congress created a way that we can lift U.S. legal restrictions so that our partners could more efficiently protect their citizens and promote justice and the rule of law. Please follow and like us:

Agency Information Collection Activities; Comment Request; Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA) State Survey

The Department of Labor’s (DOL’s) Employment and Training Administration (ETA) is soliciting comments concerning a proposed extension for the authority to conduct the information collection request (ICR) titled, “TAA State Survey.” This comment request is part of continuing Departmental efforts to reduce paperwork and respondent burden in accordance with the Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995 … Read moreAgency Information Collection Activities; Comment Request; Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA) State Survey

H-1B Fraud and the Trafficking Victims Protection Act

The Trafficking Victims Protection Act (TVPA) is a little known law that is starting to receive massive attention in the H-1B/L-1 outsourcing world. TVPA is a U.S. Code that addresses “trafficking in persons, also known as involuntary servitude/slavery or forced labor. These provisions are contained in Chapter 77 of Title 18 and are sometimes referred to … Read moreH-1B Fraud and the Trafficking Victims Protection Act

Intel Contracts With Infosys and Gess What? Hundreds to Be Laid Off!

Kevin sits down with veteran tech worker, Adele Smith to discuss this week’s announcement by Intel that it is outsourcing much its internal technical and administrative functions to Infosys, an Indian outsourcing firm well know to employ H-1B visa holders to displace American workers. This will impact jobs around the country and in Costa Rica. … Read moreIntel Contracts With Infosys and Gess What? Hundreds to Be Laid Off!

House Passes VAWA with Axne Amendment

WASHINGTON – Today, U.S. Rep. Cindy Axne (IA-03) praised House passage of the bipartisan reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act, which included the Axne STOP grant amendment. The reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act, which Rep. Axne co-sponsored on March 7, will support key provisions of the landmark legislation, provide additional resources and … Read moreHouse Passes VAWA with Axne Amendment

As urban transportation evolves, open data is crucial for an informed public

Earlier this year, I attended TransportationCamp DC, an “unconference” centered on topics in urban transportation, with a particular focus on technology. As it occurs just before a major international transportation conference, it brings together people from all over the country and world. One thing that was clear from the many session topics is that the … Read moreAs urban transportation evolves, open data is crucial for an informed public

Report: DNA Testing System Could Quickly Verify Migrant Family-Unit Claims

Thu, Apr 4th 2019 @ 2:06 pm EDT The Washington Examiner reports the federal government is utilizing a DNA testing system that would help Border Patrol Agents quickly check whether those crossing the border as a family are in fact related. Agents now rely on documents the individuals carry and interrogation to verify familial relationships. … Read moreReport: DNA Testing System Could Quickly Verify Migrant Family-Unit Claims

DHS to Deputize Border Patrol Officers as Asylum Adjudicators

Thu, Apr 4th 2019 @ 12:21 pm EDT  by  Chris Chmielenski Earlier this week, the Department of Homeland Security announced that it would deputize some of its senior Border Patrol officers as asylum adjudicators. This is a welcome development and one that could go a long way in ending the ongoing border surge. Please follow … Read moreDHS to Deputize Border Patrol Officers as Asylum Adjudicators

‘Made in Heaven’ actress Sobhita Dhulipala becomes breakout star of IMDb

Mumbai, April 4 (IANS) Fresh from the success of web series “Made In Heaven”, actress Sobhita Dhulipala has come into the spotlight, and her newfound popularity has led her to become the ‘IMDb Breakout Star of the Month’. The actress has entered into the Top 15 most popular Indian actors on the IMDb STARmeter, based on … Read more‘Made in Heaven’ actress Sobhita Dhulipala becomes breakout star of IMDb

Axne Successfully Amends the Violence Against Women Act

WASHINGTON – Today, U.S. Rep. Cindy Axne (IA-03) successfully amended the bipartisan reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act to include a provision to increase grant funding for local law enforcement, state agencies and community organizations to better combat and prosecute violence against women. The Axne amendment increases funding for STOP (Services, Training, Officers, Prosecutors) … Read moreAxne Successfully Amends the Violence Against Women Act

Glad I Didn’t Say That! The IMF’s Muddled Message on Trade and Productivity Growth

“[S]ince the mid-1990s….declining tariffs have lifted [worldwide] productivity ….” –International Monetary Fund, April, 2019 “Over the past decade, there have been sharp slowdowns in [worldwide] measured output per worker and total factor productivity….Even before the global financial crisis, productivity growth was slowing in many advanced economies, such as the United States….” – International Monetary Fund … Read moreGlad I Didn’t Say That! The IMF’s Muddled Message on Trade and Productivity Growth

June 2015 Rape Case Underscores the Flaws in Obama’s ‘Enforcement Priorities’

I and others at the Center have, in the past, criticized the Obama administration’s so-called immigration “enforcement priorities” policies, which were laid out in a November 2014 memo from then-Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson. As it related to crimes, those priorities were focused on “convictions”, and not charges. A recent case out of Georgia … Read moreJune 2015 Rape Case Underscores the Flaws in Obama’s ‘Enforcement Priorities’